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Date: 
Dec 15, 1972
Location: 
Oval Office
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-1NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08)
Conversation No. 824-1 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:14 am and 9:25 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Manolo Sanchez. Unknown items -[Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Tricia Nixon Cox] The President’s schedule -Meeting with Dr. William M. Lukash Sanchez left at an unknown time before 9:25 am.
Conversation No. 824-2 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: 9:25 am - 12:44 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman and Manolo Sanchez. Paperwork -Private file Refreshment -Coffee Sanchez left at an unknown time before 9:30 am.
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-2NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)
The President’s foot -Refusal to see Gen. Walter R. Tkach -Compared to past football injuries -Pampering [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
The President’s schedule -Camp David -Vietnam War -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Timing -Weather -Helicopter -Christmas tree -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew Second term reorganization -Michael P. Balzano, Jr. -New Majority -John D. Ehrlichman’s view -Retention -Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon’s and Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s and Tricia Nixon Cox’s views -Ehrlichman -Compared to John C. Whitaker -Ehrlichman -Conversation with Haldeman -Public relations [PR] -Peter J. Brennan -Reception for 1972 election supporters -Ethnic groups -George P. Shultz -Property taxes Budget
-3NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Cuts -The President’s conversation with Ehrlichman -Paraplegics -Caspar W. (“Cap”) Weinberger -Paraplegics -Savings -Ambassadors -Sweden -Blacks -[Robert J. Brown] -Labor Department -[Philip K. Crowe] -Blacks -Right wing -Draft evaders -Appointment of black -Norway -Denmark -Scandinavia Ronald L. Ziegler entered at 9:30 am. -Blacks -Scandinavia -Austria -Scandinavia Press relations -Henry A. Kissinger’s briefing -The President’s memorandum to Kissinger -Dictation -Typing -Unknown woman -Conversation with Stephen B. Bull -The President’s meeting with Kissinger and Ziegler -Alexander M Haig, Jr. -Timing -Location -White House
-4NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Tours -Executive Office Building -Announcement -Ziegler’s press conference -Tone -Television [TV] -Length -The President’s memorandum -Kissinger -“Kraut Character of the Year” award -Sauerkraut -The President’s News Summary comment -Timing
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Vietnam War -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -The President’s meetings with Kissinger -Ziegler’s press conference -PR -North Vietnam’s military buildup -Precautionary measures -Cease-fire -The President’s meeting with Ziegler -[The President’s May 8, 1972 speech] -Cessation of military action -Conditions -Prisoners of War [POWs], cease-fire -The President’s meeting with Kissinger -B-52s
-5NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Number -PR -B-52s -Hanoi -F-104s -Duration -Negotiations Press relations -Time’s Man of the Year award -Nelson A. Rockefeller’s effort -Kissinger -The President’s schedule -Kissinger’s possible meeting with Jerrold L. Schecter -White House -Time -The President’s conversation with Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon -Orders to Haldeman -Washington Post, Time -Christmas -[Oriana Fallaci’s] interview with Kissinger -Time -Schecter -Kissinger -Schecter -The President -Vietnam negotiations -Interview with the President, 1971 -Kissinger -Order -Instructions to Haldeman -Interviews, social contact, return telephone calls -Duration of restrictions -White House operators -Instructions -John F. Osborne’s telephone calls -Handling -Ziegler -Private telephone
-6NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Call to Osborne -Reason -Correction of Osborne article -The President’s relationship with Kissinger -Quotes -Time -Schecter -White House operators -Telephone calls to Kissinger, the President, Haldeman -Ziegler’s office -Man of the Year Award -Effect on US foreign policy -Hedley W. Donovan -Kissinger -Rockefeller -Administration reaction -Box story -Tone -Schecter -Treatment of the President -The President’s trip to the People’s Republic of China [PRC] -Kissinger -US-Soviet Union summit -Second term -Ziegler’s role Second term reorganization -Constance M. (Cornell) (“Connie”) Stuart -Ziegler’s conversation with Mrs. Nixon -Julie Nixon Eisenhower -Conversation with Haldeman -Marital status -[Charles Stuart] -PR -Public Information Officer [PIO] -Press relations -Communications, film -White House -Women
-7NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Assistant Secretary -Julie Nixon Eisenhower -Management -Anne L. Armstrong -Marge Byers -Forthcoming meeting with Ziegler -Timing -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s schedule -Mrs. Nixon -White House staff -Byers -Women -The President’s schedule -Meetings -Ziegler’s staff -Meetings -East Wing -Meetings -Eliska Hasek [?] -Press relations -Press office -Mrs. Nixon -Connie Stuart’s conversation with Haldeman -Activities -Byers -Julie Nixon Eisenhower -Women -Secretaries, administrators -Byers -J. Bruce Whelihan -Neal Ball -Gerald L. Warren -Whelihan, Warren -Byers -Connie Stuart -Byers -Meetings -Richard A. Moore -Julie Nixon Eisenhower
-8NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)
Bull entered at an unknown time after 9:30 am. The President’s memorandum -Typing -Unknown woman The President’s schedule -Meeting with Kissinger Memorandum -Draft Bull left at an unknown time before 10:13 am. Second term reorganization -Byers Press relations -Schecter -The President’s and Kissinger’s schedules -Conversations with Ziegler -The President’s schedule -1972 election -Mandate -Conversations with the President, Ehrlichman -Ziegler’s role -Ehrlichman -Tone -Haldeman’s role Congressional relations -Haldeman -Image -Efforts -The President PR -Haldeman
-9NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Sherman Adams Press relations -Ehrlichman’s briefing -Herbert G. Klein Vietnam War -Settlement agreement -Quality -POWs -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Barry M. Goldwater’s statement -Nguyen Van Thieu -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Kissinger’s view -Cambodia -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -Protests -White House -Christmas -Press relations -The President’s memorandum -Tone -Justification for actions -Kissinger’s briefing -Press relations -Walter L. Cronkite, Jr. -James B. (“Scotty”) Reston -Murrey Marder -Max Frankel -Future perspectives on war -June 1973 -Cambodia, Laos -Second term -End -The President’s conversation with Charles G. (“Bebe”) Rebozo Budget
-10NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Cuts -Paraplegics -Weinberger Vietnam War -Protests -Settlement agreement -Quality -PR -December 1971 bombing -PR -Charles W. Colson’s view -Polls -1972 campaign 1972 election -Vietnam negotiations -Watergate -Thomas F. Eagleton -Press relations -The President’s conversation with Ehrlichman -Ziegler’s view -Advocacy, predictions concerning George S. McGovern -Robert D. Novak’s article -Patrick J. Buchanan’s article -Credibility -Predictions The President’s schedule -Press relations -White House social events -Christmas candlelight tour -Families -Trip [to Florida] Mrs. Nixon’s schedule -Trip to Pasadena, California [Rose Parade] -Advance man -Press person
-11NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)
Football -Rose Bowl -University of Southern California [USC] -Green Bay Packers -Washington Redskins -Inconsistency -Ohio State University -USC -Defeat of Notre Dame -Personnel -Redskins-Dallas Cowboys game -Larry Brown -George E. Allen -Conversation with Haldeman -Herbert Mul-Key -Speedy Duncan -Alvin Haymond -George Nock -Compared to Brown -Fumbling -Brown -Redskins -Game against Packers -Coaching -Mul-Key Press relations -Time -Ehrlichman -Ziegler -Kissinger -Haldeman -Telephone call to William P. Rogers -The President, Kissinger -Man of the Year award -State Department -Klein -William L. Safire
-12NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Raymond K. Price, Jr. -Buchanan -Schedules -State of the Union address -Schecter meeting with Ziegler -Administration’s accomplishments -The President’s trip to the PRC and the Soviet Union -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -1972 election -Man of the Year award -Reaction letters -The President’s or Haldeman’s telephone call to Colson The President’s picture -Secretary of Labor [Peter J. Brennan] -Conversation with the President at reception for 1972 election supporters -Labor Department offices -The President’s instructions to Cabinet officers, ambassadors -John F. Kennedy -Press relations White House social events -Reception for 1972 election supporters -Maurice H. Stans -Clark MacGregor -Comportment -Receptions for 1972 election supporters -Labor officials -Plumbers -Iron workers -Joseph T. (“Joe T.”) Trerotola -Frank E. Fitzsimmons -Wives -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s view -White Anglo-Saxon Protestants [WASPs] Second term reorganization -John A. Volpe -Ambassadorship to the United Nations [UN]
-13NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -John A. Scali -Conversation with Ziegler -Klein -Constance M. Gerrard -Meeting with the President -Haldeman’s note -Conversation with Ziegler -The President -Compared to Secretary of State, foreign service -Cabinet -Announcement -Timing -December 16, 1972 -Haldeman’s conversation with George H. W. Bush -General Assembly -Haldeman’s conversation with Bush -Vietnam War -US bombing -Qualifications -Media -Benjamin Franklin -Theodore Roosevelt -Editor -Trip to the PRC, Soviet Union -Policy -White House -State Department, White House, Congress, UN -The President’s convictions -National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA] -Dr. Edward E. David, Jr. Kissinger entered at 10:13 am. Second term reorganization -NASA -David -[Dixy Lee Ray] -[Atomic Energy Commission] [AEC]
-14NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) Haldeman’s and Ziegler’s schedules -Meeting with the President Haldeman and Ziegler left at 10:13 am. Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -Le Duc Tho -Departure from Paris -Statement -Tone -“No comment” -Peace -Christmas -“No comment” -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -The President’s memorandum -Kissinger’s view -Tone -Tho’s statement -Details -Status report -Timing -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -North Vietnam’s strategy -Delays -Message -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -Timing -Duration -Cessation -POWs -B-52s -Compared to World War II -London -The President’s experience -Bougainville -Japanese bombers
-15NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Targets -Foxholes -Duration -Settlement agreement -Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -Press relations -PR -“Shock” -Timing -Church service -John Cardinal Krol -International affairs -“Euphoria” -West Germany -Left-wing government -Polls -Edward R. G. Heath -Georges J. R. Pompidou -Australia -Unknown country -[Shah of Iran] Mohammed Reza Pahlavi’s statement -Peace -The President’s trips to the PRC and the Soviet Union -1973 Inaugural Address -Draft -Buchanan -Peace -Tone -The President’s meeting with Kissinger and Haig -Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -Breakdown -Responsibility -Tho’s departure from Paris -Tho’s statement -Kissinger’s briefing -Kissinger’s briefing -The President’s memorandum
-16NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -POWs -Conditions -Cease-fire -Lasting peace -Compared to temporary truce -The President’s language -Notes -South Vietnam-North Vietnam relations -Resumption of war -Ballot box -Timing -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -The President’s memorandum -Settlement agreement -Long war, short peace -Press relations -Continuation of serious talks -Technical points -Kissinger’s “peace is at hand” statement, October 26, 1972 -Kissinger’s view -The President’s schedule -Meeting with Ziegler and Haldeman -Tho’s statement -Tone An unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 10:13 am. The President’s schedule -Meeting with Ziegler and Haldeman The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 10:27 am. Vietnam negotiations -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Timing -Tho’s schedule -Peking -Hanoi -Kissinger’s briefing
-17NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Timing -Tho’s schedule -Peking, Hanoi -US mining -Timing -Haig’s trip to Saigon -Announcement -Timing -Letter to Thieu Haldeman and Ziegler entered at 10:27 am. Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s briefing -The President’s memorandum -Dictation -Timing -Outline -The President’s conversation with Kissinger -Settlement agreement -Long war, short peace -Press relations Second term reorganization -Scali -Announcement -Leaks -Timing Vietnam negotiations -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -Kissinger’s forthcoming briefing -Timing -Status report -Timing -Tho’s statement -Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -US mining north of 20th Parallel
-18NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Timing -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Timing -Tho -The President’s memorandum -Tone -Problems -Settlement agreement -Timing -Tho’s statement -Tho’s schedule -Peking -Deliberation -North Vietnam’s delays -Weather -Tone -The President’s recent conversation with Kissinger -The President’s memorandum -Press relations -Kissinger’s previous statements -Caveats -The President’s speeches -Timing -1972 election -[“Look to the Future”] -Settlement agreement -Peace -Timing -Honorable and lasting peace -Status report -Details -Progress -Post-October 8, 1972 -Differences -Technical nature -Resolution -Settlement agreement -Conditions -The President’s speech
-19NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Temporary peace -North and South Vietnam -1968 bombing halt -Conditions -Goals -Cease-fire -The President’s speeches of January 25, 1972 and May 8, 1972 -“Peace is at hand” -Policing machinery -Violations -North Vietnam’s preparations -Enforcement -POWs -North Vietnam’s conditions -Civilian prisoners in South Vietnam -South Vietnam’s self-determination -Imposition of Communist government in South Vietnam -North Vietnam’s tactics -Protocols -PR -Summation of goals -Settlement agreement -Exchange of messages -Understandings -North Vietnam -POWs -Cease-fire -Permanence -Temporary truce -South Vietnam’s self-determination -Imposition of Communist government in South Vietnam -International supervision -Political parties -Communists -Settlement agreement -The President’s interest -1972 election -Christmas
-20NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -POWs -North and South Vietnam -Deadline -Truce -Continuation of war -Means of attainment -Pushing around, blackmail, stampeding -Casualties -North and South Vietnam -Charm -Gifts for Kissinger Labor relations -Fitzsimmons -Harold J. Gibbons -Trip to Hanoi -Firing from union [International Brotherhood of Teamsters] -Relationship with Kissinger -The President’s view -Reception for 1972 election supporters -Gibbons -Golf in San Clemente -Mary Patricia Fitzsimmons -Frank Fitzsimmons’s private compared to public statements -Support for the President Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s briefing -The President’s memorandum -Casualties -North Vietnam -South Vietnam -US leadership -Settlement agreement -Responsibility -South and North Vietnam -South Vietnam-North Vietnam relations -Battlefield to ballot box -Cease-fire
-21NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Coalition government -Settlement agreement -Long war, short peace -Continuation of serious talks -Technical points -US bombing and mining of North Vietnam -Ziegler’s press conference -Duration -Settlement agreement -Volunteer armed forces -POWs -North Vietnam’s military buildup -Christmas -Draft -Casualties -Ground combat -Settlement agreement -The President’s conversation with Kissinger -POWs -Imposition of Communist government in South Vietnam -Resumption of war -Timing -Tho’s statement -The President’s memorandum -Tone -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Timing -Tho’s schedule -Peking -Ziegler’s press conference -The President’s meeting with Kissinger -Kissinger’s meetings with Chairman of Joint Chief of Staff [Adm. Thomas H. Moorer], Secretary of Defense [Melvin R. Laird], Secretary of State [Rogers], Central Intelligence Agency [CIA], Richard M. Helms -Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -Press relations -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Timing
-22NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Church service -Krol -Kissinger’s briefing -US mining north of 20th Parallel -Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -PR -Military, diplomatic factors -Effect -Tone -Kissinger’s view -The President’s meeting with Kissinger -North Vietnam -Saigon, Hanoi -Haig’s trip to Saigon -Timing -Announcement -Timing -Kissinger’s briefing -Tone -The President’s memorandum -Status report -Tho -Technical differences -Cease-fire -Tone -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Technical differences -Phrasing -Press relations -Tho -Audience -US -South and North Vietnam -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Specifics -Bernard Gwertzman of The New York Times -Marder -Differences
-23NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Nature -Principles -“Peace is at hand” -POWs, cease-fire, imposition of coalition government -Technicalities -Motives -POWs, cease-fire, coalition government -“Peace is at hand” -Technicalities -B-52s -POWs, cease-fire, coalition government -Tone -Press relations -POWs, cease-fire, coalition government -1972 campaign statements -Justification -North Vietnam’s possible statements -North Vietnam -Responsibility -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Settlement agreement -PR -Differences -Nature -Technicalities -Principles -Coalition government, cease-fire, POWs -Protocols -Conditions -Press relations US-India relations -Daniel P. (“Pat”) Moynihan’s conversation with the President -Ambassadors -Moynihan -Quality -John Kenneth Galbraith -Chester Bowles
-24NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Kenneth B. Keating -Indira Gandhi -State Department -Kissinger -The President’s previous conversation with Moynihan -The President’s conversation with Scali -Gandhi -Meeting with Kissinger -UN -Moynihan’s speech, 1971 -Moynihan’s possible conversation with Gandhi -Recent meeting with Kissinger -Harvard University -Ambassadorship -[Elizabeth Therese Moynihan] -New York -UN -New Delhi -Blacks -[The Negro Family: The Case for National Action] Second term reorganization -Ambassadorship to Pakistan -Assistant Secretaries of State -Middle East -Joseph S. Farland -Latin America -Robert C. Hill -Africa -David D. Newsom -Hill -Toughness -Latin America -Spain -Latin America -Jack B. Kubisch -US embassy, Paris -Mexico -Loyalty
-25NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Haldeman’s view -Africa -Hill -Loyalty -State Department -Middle East -Farland -India-Pakistan War -East Asia -G. McMurtrie Godley -Laos -Joseph J. Sisco -Ambassadorship to Turkey -Sisco -Pakistan -William B. Macomber, Jr. -Ambassadorship to Pakistan -Sisco -India -Departure -East Asia -Marshall Green -Age -Sisco -Godley -Loyalty -Ambassadorship to Laos -Charles Whitehouse -Saigon -Ambassadorship to South Vietnam -Graham A. Martin -State Department -Conversation with Haig -Conversation with Rogers -Haldeman’s conversation with Kissinger -Back channels -Haig’s conversation with Kissinger -State Department -Conversation with Rogers
-26NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)
Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger briefing -Timing -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Timing -Church service -US mining north of 20th Parallel -Haiphong estuary -Kissinger’s briefing -The President’s memorandum -Outline -Kissinger’s statement during departure from Paris -Tone -Film -US image -1973 Inauguration -Speech -Price’s draft -Peace -North Vietnam -End of war -Second term -The President’s possible statement -Vietnamization -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -Duration -POWs -Future -End of second term -Kissinger’s message from Paris -US-Soviet Union relations -US-PRC relations -US-Europe relations -The President -Press relations -Time -Life -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS]
-27NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Strike -Financing -The President’s credibility -Trips to PRC and the Soviet Union -Comparison with George S. McGovern and Hubert H. Humphrey -Soviet Union, PRC -Settlement agreement -Duration -Timing -POWs -Kissinger’s briefing -“Peace is at hand” -Ziegler’s meeting with Theodore H. (“Teddy”) White -Historical perspective -Kissinger’s view -The President’s meeting with Kissinger -Tho -South Vietnam -Tho’s concessions, conditions -Thieu -Haig’s trip to Saigon -Possible letter from the President -Handwriting -Length -Tone -Letter from the President -Tone -Cease-fire -US-South Vietnam relations Kissinger left at 11:15 am. Second term reorganization -Scali -Announcement -Leaks -Timing -American Broadcasting Company [ABC] -Washington Star
-28NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Ziegler’s schedule -Rogers Ziegler left at 11:16 am. Vietnam negotiations -The President’s meetings with Kissinger -Kissinger’s briefing -North Vietnam -Kissinger’s view -Tone -The President’s memorandum -Appearance -Problem -Plodding -The President’s memorandum -Points -Protocols -Copies -Lines -Ziegler -Long war, short peace -Price, speechwriters -Timing -The President’s memorandum -The President’s memorandum -Safire -Style -Alliteration Second term reorganization -Scali -Announcement -Leaks -Washington Star -Washington Post -ABC -Leonard H. Goldenson -Meeting with Bush
-29NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Meeting with Krol [?] -Church attendance -Frequency -UN -St. Patrick’s Cathedral -Terence Cardinal Cook -Appointment of Catholic -Cook -Lawrence M. Higby -[Warren R. Austin] -Vermont -Henry Cabot Lodge -Background -WASP Ziegler entered at 11:20 am. Second term reorganization -Scali -Announcement -Leaks -Ziegler’s conversation with Garnett D. (“Jack”) Horner -Moore -Request to use telephone -Scali’s trips to the PRC and the Soviet Union -The President’s confidence -Catholicism -Protestants -Atheists -Horner -Washington Star -ABC -News -Radio -Timing -Washington Post -Washington Star -Catholicism -Cabinet status
-30NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -ABC -Scali’s background -Scali’s understanding of and advice on policies -Catholicism -Austin -Lodge -James J. Wadsworth -Charles W. Yost -Rogers -Horner -Deadline -Telephone -Washington Post Press relations -Washington Post -Horner -Newsweek article -Ziegler’s conversation with Bill Cook -Horner’s interview with the President -Interviews with the President -Cyrus L. (“Cy”) Suizberger -[Henry Brandon] -Washington Post -Ziegler’s meeting with White -White’s conversation with Katherine L. Graham -Second term -White -New York Daily News -1972 campaign -Endorsement -New York Times -1972 election -New York Second term reorganization -Scali -Announcement -Rogers
-31NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Bush -Timing Unknown woman The unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 11:20 am. Vietnam negotiations -The President’s memorandum -Copy for Ziegler Ziegler left at 11:29 am. Vietnam negotiations -The President’s memorandum -Copy for Ziegler -Kissinger’s copy -Copy for the President’s file -Kissinger’s copy A memorandum -Copy for Ziegler -Copy for President The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 11:56 am. Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s briefing -Ziegler’s role -Points -Previous briefings -Scali -Kissinger -Kissinger’s view -Compared with the President’s view -Tone -North Vietnam’s actions -The President’s press conferences -Kissinger’s mood
-32NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -US bombing north of 20th Parallel 1973 Inauguration -Previous addresses -Memoranda -Word count An unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 11:29 am. 1973 Inauguration -Previous addresses -Word count -[Thomas] Woodrow Wilson -Theodore Roosevelt -William McKinley -1905 -Franklin D. Roosevelt -1937 -Kennedy -Timing -David R. Gergen The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 11:56 am. Second term reorganization -Control -Kissinger -Ehrlichman -John C. Whitaker -Peter M. Flanigan -The President’s memoranda -PR -Shultz -Meetings with the President -Press conferences -Preparation -The President’s memoranda -The President’s schedule -Klein
-33NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Kissinger -Scali, Ziegler -Previous performances -Points -Brilliance -Ziegler -Points -Brilliance -Compared to effectiveness -Klein -Ehrlichman -Tone -Ehrlichman -Compared to Flanigan, Whitaker -Flanigan, Whitaker -The President’s view -Loyalty -Flanigan -European Economic Community [EEC] -NASA -Shultz -AEC -Ehrlichman -Haldeman’s schedule -Meeting with Anne L. Armstrong -Meeting with Maurice H. Stans -Meeting with the President -Meeting with Robert H. Finch -Announcement -Sarah Bernhardt -“Farewell tours” -Meeting with William J. Baroody -Baroody -Colson’s view -Bryce N. Harlow’s view -Possible meeting with the President -Baroody’s physical appearance -Physical appearance -Staff
-34NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -WASPs -The President’s view -Balzano -Donald F. Rodgers -Armstrong Vietnam War -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -PR -Colson -Conversation with Haldeman or the President -Ziegler announcement -Goldwater -Peaceniks Press relations -Time -Man of the Year award The President left and reentered at an unknown time before 11:56 am.
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-Harry S. Truman -Possible death -Timing -Christmas tree lighting -Cabinet dinner
-35NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Funeral -Church service -Cabinet dinner -Moment of silence -PR -Cabinet dinner -Press relations -Fred Waring -Oliver F. (“Ollie”) Atkins -Washington Post Press relations -Time -Ziegler -Haldeman, Ehrlichman, Klein -Man of the Year -Kissinger -1972 election -McGovern -Eagleton -The President’s role -Principal -Kissinger’s role -Agent White House social affairs -Truman -Possible death -Timing -Cabinet dinner -Moment of silence -Entertainment -Waring -Singing, dancing -Youth Second term reorganization -Scali -Mrs. Nixon’s view
-36NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)
The President’s schedule -Truman -Possible death -Lying in state -Compared to funeral service -Truman Library -TV -Truman’s friends -Timing -Eisenhower -Airplanes -The President’s meeting with Laird Vietnam War -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -Rogers’s and Laird’s views -Kissinger -Rogers’s view -Departure Second term reorganization -Ambassadorship to South Vietnam -Martin -Conversation with Rogers -Conversation with the President -Ehrlichman -Intelligence -Physical appearance -Personality -Toughness -Personal relations -Youth -Flanigan -Departure -Whitaker -Personality -Departure -Ronald H. Walker
-37NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -National Park Service [NPS] -Young people -Compared to ages of campaign contributors -Stans’s friends The President’s schedule -Christmas telephone calls -“Hawks” -Michael J. Mansfield The President talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 11:29 am and 11:36 am. [Conversation No. 824-2A] [See Conversation No. 34-86] [End of telephone conversation] Second term reorganization -Control -Post-1972 election -1972 election -Victory percentage -Vietnam negotiations -Administration’s image -Brennan -Comparison with Eisenhower administration -Control -The President’s experience as Vice President -The President’s conversations with Eisenhower -Speeches The President talked with Mansfield between 11:56 am and 12:10 pm. [Conversation No. 824-2B] [See Conversation No. 34-87]
-38NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) [End of telephone conversation] Congressional relations -The President’s conversation with Mansfield -Breakfast meeting 1973 Inaugural speech -Previous speeches -Word count -Theodore Roosevelt -Price’s draft -Theodore Roosevelt -Franklin Roosevelt -Kennedy -Theodore Roosevelt -Kennedy -The President, 1969 The President’s schedule -Refrigerator installation -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s report -Meeting with Ehrlichman -Timing -Reception for 1972 election supporters
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-39NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Edward C. Nixon -Unknown person Edward Nixon -Nixon Foundation -Position -Qualifications -Fundraising -Presentation to trustees -Library -Location -San Clemente -Whittier -Trustees meeting -Work out of Washington, DC -Jack Drown -Leonard K. Firestone [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
Second term reorganization -Control -Pace -Scali’s appointment -Claude S. Brinegar appointment -Haldeman’s possible conversation with Ehrlichman The President’s schedule -Meeting with Ehrlichman -Reception for 1972 election -Supporters -Timing -Duration -Number of guests The President talked with the White House operator at 12:17 pm.
-40NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) [Conversation No. 824-2C] [See Conversation No. 34-88] [End of telephone conversation]
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White House renovation -Refrigerator -Theater -Bowling alley -Theater -Tunnel -Carpenters’ shops -North Portico
-41NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Kitchen -Driveway -Sauna -Rummy table -Sauna, shower -Whirlpool -Size -Filter -Mrs. Nixon -Operation -Filter Bull entered at an unknown time after 12:17 pm. Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s arrival -The President’s schedule -Rebozo Bull left at an unknown time before 12:18 pm. White House renovation -Expense Julie Nixon Eisenhower entered at 12:18 pm. Rebozo -Location
***************************************************************** [Begin segment reviewed under deed of gift] Weather Haldeman’s house -Georgetown -Yard The President’s foot
-42NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Refusal to see Gen. Walter R. Tkach [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
The President’s schedule -Meeting with Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Rebozo -House -Rebozo’s location Bull entered at an unknown time after 12:18 pm. Rebozo -Location Refreshment -Consumme Bull left at an unknown time before 12:21 pm.
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Haldeman's schedule -Reception for 1972 election supporters
-43NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)
Second term reorganization -Byers -Life magazine -Ziegler’s recommendation -Relationship with the President’s family -Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Mrs. Nixon -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s view -Mrs. Nixon’s view -David Eisenhower’s view -Tricia Nixon Cox’s view Sauna [?] -Cost Rebozo entered at 12:21 pm. Haldeman left at 12:22 pm.
***************************************************************** [Begin segment reviewed under deed of gift] House purchase -Rebozo -Price -Note to Bull Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 2:22 pm. Refreshment Sanchez left at an unknown time before 12:44 pm. House purchase -Rebozo’s bargaining -Quality -Swimming pool --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-44NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 17A [Personal returnable] [Duration: 1m 3s ] END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 17A --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Congress -[Dwight] David Eisenhower, II -Residence -Ownership -Rent -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 17B [Personal returnable] [Duration: 3m 30s ] END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 17B --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Secret Service -Trees -Haldeman -Security -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 17C [Personal returnable] ] [Duration: 1m 31s END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 17C --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------David Eisenhower -Congressional race -Pennsylvania -Residence -Place to write -The President’s work
-45NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) -Speechwriting -Price -Current owners -Background -Privacy -Down payment -Closing [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
Rebozo talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 12:22 pm and 12:44 pm. [Conversation No. 824-2D] [See Conversation No. 34-89] [End of telephone conversation] Shelley A. (Scarney) Buchanan -Telephone call -Instructions -Contract
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Rebozo talked with Buchanan at an unknown time between 12:22 pm and 12:44 pm.
-46NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)
[Conversation No. 824-2E] [See Conversation No. 34-90] [End of telephone conversation] Shelley Buchanan’s schedule -Weather White House renovation -Refrigerator -Installation -Mrs. Nixon -Shelves -Removal -Storage -Refrigerator -Installation -Purpose -Kitchen staff -Solarium -Furniture -Color -Reclining chair -Chairs at Camp David -Table -Draperies -Bar
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-47NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d) END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 19 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
The President’s schedule -Reception for 1972 election supporters Bull entered at an unknown time after 12:22 pm. The President’s schedule -Meeting with Ziegler -Meeting with Ehrlichman -Budget -Domestic issues -Sallyanne Payton -Meeting with Ziegler Bull left at an unknown time before 12:44 pm.
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Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Rebozo left at 12:44 pm.
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Conversation No. 824-3 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: 12:45 pm - 1:54 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Ronald L. Ziegler and John D. Ehrlichman. Second term reorganization -Wallace H. Johnson -Assistant Attorney General, Land and Natural Resources Division -Ambassadorship to the United Nations [UN] -John A. Scali -Announcement -Leaks -Washington Star -Ziegler’s conversation with I. William Hill -George H. W. Bush -Trips to the People’s Republic of China [PRC] and the Soviet Union -UN, White House, State Department coverage -Trips to the PRC -Hill -Radio -Timing -[American Broadcasting Company] [ABC] -Scali’s conversation with Leonard H. Goldenson -Timing -Washington Star Vietnam negotiations -Henry A. Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -Ziegler’s meeting with Kissinger -The President’s memorandum -Tone -Prisoners of War [POWs] -Cease-fire -Imposition of Communist government in South Vietnam
-49NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Long war, short peace -Ziegler’s meeting with Kissinger Ziegler left at 12:46 pm. Second term reorganization -Johnson -Assistant Attorney General, Land and Natural Resources Division -Condemnations -Bureau of Land Management [BLM] -Relationship with the administration -Sallyanne Payton -Plans -Banking -Supreme Court -Age, experience -General Counsel -Banking -Treasury Department -Federal Home Loan Bank Board -Banking -Length of term -Supreme Court -Banking -Money making -Marital status -Appreciation -Ehrlichman’s meeting with the President -District of Columbia -Egil (“Bud”) Krogh, Jr. appointment -Blacks -Problems -Pressures -Edwin L. Harper -Conversation with Ehrlichman -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew’s offer -Agnew -Bicentennial -Dr. Edward E. David, Jr.
-50NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA] -George P. Shultz -Condition -Ehrlichman’s conversation with Shultz -Atomic Energy Commission [AEC] -Departure -[Dixy Lee Ray] -AEC -Publicity -NASA -James C. Fletcher -[Lide A. Iacocca] -Italian-American background -Chrysler Corporation -Scali -Announcement -Ethnic considerations -Polish-American -Reception for 1972 election supporters -Ehrlichman’s meeting with Malek -Refusal of jobs -Under Secretaries -White House mess -New approach -Ehrlichman’s schedule -Haldeman’s schedule -Refusal of jobs -Malek -Claude S. Brinegar -George D. Webster -Internal Revenue Service [IRS] -Audit -Ehrlichman’s meeting with Krogh -Meetings with Krogh -Confirmation -Krogh’s view -Prospects -Krogh
-51NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) The President’s picture -The President’s conversation with Peter J. Brennan at reception for 1972 election supporters -The President’s conversation with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Flag lapel pin -Jingoism -Labor Department offices -James D. Hodgson, Shultz -Brennan’s background -Irish Democrat -US embassies -Sweden -Ehrlichman’s schedule -Instruction -State Department -Inspector General -Foreign Service Officer [FSO] -Residences -Public buildings -General Services Administration [GSA] Second term reorganization -GSA -Hugh Scott’s recommendation [Arthur F. Sampson] -Relationship with the administration -[Robert L. Kunzig] -Alternative -Loyal businessman-politician -The President’s picture -Public buildings -List -Ethnics -Businessmen -Kunzig -1972 campaign -Rights Ehrlichman’s schedule -Budget meeting
-52NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d)
Paraplegics -Budget -Cuts -Caspar W. (“Cap”) Weinberger -News summary -Ehrlichman’s reading -Weinberger -The President’s view Vietnam War -Charles H. Percy -US aid to South Vietnam -Chicago Tribune -White House access Veterans -Vietnam veteran Robert Muller’s appearance on Today show -Veterans’ Health Care Expansion Act of 1972 -The President’s veto -Reason -Congressional fiscal responsibility -Vietnam War -US bombing -Veterans Administration [VA] hospitals -Changes since World War II, 1950s -Timing -1972 election -[October 27, 1972] -Paraplegics -Response -Equal time -Donald E. Johnson -Disabled Veterans of America -Paraplegics -Muller -Veteran benefits legislation -Signature -Veterans organizations
-53NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Response -Johnson -The President’s actions -Bills -Veterans’ Affairs Committee -Olin E. (“Tiger”) Teague -Change of committees -Space and Technology Committee Second term reorganization -Ethnics -Polish-Americans -Black -Woman -Ray -Ivy Baker Priest -Symbolism -AEC -Compared to Jean Westwood -David -NASA -Condition -Policy implications -1972 election -The President’s conversation with Ehrlichman -The President’s conversation with Haldeman -Problem -Responsibility -Self-imposed discipline Press relations -Washington Post -White House coverage -Meeting with White House staff -Kissinger -New Republic Second term reorganization -Control
-54NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Two party system -Republicans Congressional relations -The President’s conversation with Michael J. Mansfield -Republican leadership and bipartisanship meetings -Scott -The President’s conversations with William E. Timmons and Tom C. Korologos -Mansfield -Wilbur D. Mills -Russell B. Long -Second term reorganization -Chet Holifield -Need for cooperation -Voting for man -Compared to voting for party -[Republican] control of White House -Compared to [Democratic] control of Congress -Mansfield’s views -Need for secrecy -Leaks -Partisans -Possible problems -Meetings -Republicans -Percy -Samuel L. Devine -Scott -Meetings with Democrats -Mansfield -George H. Mahon -Mills -Compared to meetings with Charles McC Mathias, Jr., Percy, Edward W. Brooke -New Majority -Split government -Harry S. Truman -80th Congress, 1946-48
-55NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Issues -Robert A. Taft, Sr.- Fred A. Hartley Act -Wage and price controls -Domestic policy -Foreign policy -Domestic policy -Wage and price controls -Achievements -Nonpartisanship -Republicans -Partisanship -Governors -Request for quarterly meetings with the President -Gerald R. Ford -Breakfast meetings with the President -The President’s obligations -National interest -State of the Union speech -1973 Inaugural speech -State of the Union speech -Delivery -Length Speechwriting -Domestic policy -Briefing paper -Kenneth R. Cole, Jr. -1972 campaign -Problem solving -Proposed projects -Legislation -1973 Inaugural speech -Previous speeches -Word count -The President’s conversation with Haldeman -Raymond K. Price, Jr. -Theodore Roosevelt -The President, 1969 -Roosevelt
-56NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Franklin D. Roosevelt, 193[7] -John F. Kennedy, 1961 -The President’s view -Brevity -Kissinger -Price -Gettysburg Address -People’s Republic of China [PRC] trip announcement -1973 Inaugural speech -Proposed length -Price’s draft -Briefing papers -Domestic policy -Messages to Congress -Brevity -Vetoes -Speechwriters -Teaching of writing -Discipline -Book length -Winston S. Churchill -Use of language -Problem of time -Theodore Roosevelt as writer -1905 Inaugural speech -Churchill as writer -Compared to the President as writer -Theodore Roosevelt -Speechwriter -Price’s view -Price -Tone -Kissinger’s view -The President’s natural style -Theodore Roosevelt -The President’s writing -November 3, 1969 speech -May 8, 1972 speech -Cambodia speech
-57NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Effectiveness -Work with the President -Speech construction -Outline -The President’s frame of mind -Outline -Reading -Introduction -Conclusion -Price -Patrick J. Buchanan -John K. Andrews, Jr. -Style -Experience -William L. Safire -Style -The President’s radio address on the Philosophy of Government -The President’s writing style -Lawyers -Acceptance speeches -Quotes -Use -Speech construction -Work required -Outline -Introduction -Conclusion -Lee W. Huebner -Anecdotes -Appropriateness -Hiring -Background -Rockefeller Foundation -William E. Brock, III -Type of writer -Comparison -Buchanan -Daniel P. (“Pat”) Moynihan -Style
-58NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -1973 Inaugural speech -The President’s trip to Florida -Problem Second term -Domestic policy -Briefing paper -Accomplishments in first term -Issues -Race -Focus -Administration actions -Media relations -Revenue sharing -Importance -Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations [ACIR] meeting -Governors, mayors, Congressmen -Property tax -Cities, states -Budget surpluses -Ehrlichman’s press briefing -Urban crisis -Riots -Crime rates -Drug rates -Mass transit -Revenue sharing -Dan Rather’s conversation with Herbert G. Klein, Kenneth W. Clawson -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] -Ehrlichman’s possible briefings -Frequency -Revenue sharing -Kennedy -Kennedy’s foreign policy -Nuclear Test Ban Treaty -Importance -US, Soviet Union
-59NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Domestic policy -Press relations -Revenue sharing -Passage -Corruption -Local action -City councils, county supervisors -Taxes -Lighted streets, schools, police -Race [blacks] -Tokenism -Payton -Job -Possible meeting with the President -Walter E. Washington -National recognition -Relationship with the Administration -Washington, DC -Housing and school integration -Welfare -Family Assistance Plan [FAP] -Food stamps -Sickle cell anemia -Possible programs -Assistance -Black-White confrontation -Education -Disadvantaged neighborhood schools -Financial help for physical plants, faculty, books -Moynihan’s view -Hereditary and environment -Schools -Tokenism -Minority business -Previous legislation of 92nd Congress -Possible visits by the President -Neutral ground -Reading programs -Truism
-60NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Minority advancement -FAP -Department of Housing, Education and Welfare [HEW] -Elliot L. Richardson -Weinberger -Ehrlichman’s press briefing -1972 election -Mandate for tougher work requirement -Congressional relations -Senate -Deadlock -1972 election -Welfare reform -The President’s platform -Administration proposals -Elimination of Aid to Families with Dependent Children [AFDC] -Employment -Fraud elimination -Experiments -AFDC Race relations -Blacks -The President’s concern -Abraham Lincoln’s views -Equality with whites -Slavery -Fairness -The President’s views -Liberals -University of Southern California [USC] and Stanford University football teams -Entrance requirements -Black athletes -Recruitment -Black leaders, children, waiters -Intelligence -Payton
-61NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Jewell S. Lafontant -Whites -Empathy -Equality with whites -Intelligence -School and housing intergration -Need for honesty -Rewards -Tokenism -Sammy Davis, Jr. -Schools -Improvement -Minority business -Cost -Mexian-Americans -Expectations during first term -Deflation -Cabinet appointments -General Motors [GM] -Judgeships -Ambassadors -Ambassadors -Sweden -Liberia -Norway -Denmark -Jerome H. Holland -Achievements -The President’s appointments -Merit -Schools -Assistance to blacks -Civil rights leaders -Rev. Theodore S. Hesburgh -Civil rights community -Georgetown elite -Views Second term reorganization -Hesburgh
-62NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Departure -J. Stanley Pottinger -Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division -Background -Commission on Civil Rights -Intellectual -John B. Connally -National Center for Voluntary Action [NCVA] -George W. Romney -Ehrlichman’s meeting with Robert H. Finch -Conversation with the President -The President’s meeting with Romney and W. Clement Stone -Finch’s performance -Second phase -The President’s meeting with Romney, Ehrlichman -Fundraising -The President’s role -The President’s meetings with Romney, Stone -Dinners -Stone -John W. Gardner -Fundraising -Use of White House -Dinners -Boys Clubs The President’s schedule -Business Council -Future meetings -New people -Compared to old elite -John W. Gardner -Urban Coalition -National Alliance of Businessmen [NAB] -Donald McI. Kendall -Representation from Sears Roebuck -Unknown person -Chicago -NAB -Subsidies
-63NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Use of White House -Fundraising -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Brennan -Labor Department -Instruction to Ehrlichman -Eastern establishment -Lyndon B. Johnson administration -Great Society -Ehrlichman’s record -Dinners -Congressional relations -Breakfast meetings -Ford -Compared to telephone calls -White House contact -Wives, staffs, news letters -Frequency -Hand-shaking -Democrats, Republicans -Passage of revenue sharing -Mayors -Need for allies -John A. Tower -Attitude -Peter H. Dominick -Attitude -Gordon L. Allott -Brock -Value Congressional relations -Bryce N. Harlow -Timmons -Meetings -Clark MacGregor -Timmons -Presence -Personality -Second term reorganization
-64NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -James E. Smith -Treasury Department -Korologos -Senate -Effectiveness -Smith -Presence -Possible meetings with the President The President’s schedule -Cabinet dinner -Seating arrangements -Departures -Mrs. Brennan -The President’s right -Under Secretary’s wife -The President’s left -Adele (Langston) Rogers -[Suzanne (Lowell) Krogh] -Background -Japan -Under Secretary’s wife -William E. Simon -[Carol (Girard) Simon] -Background -New York -Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon -Maurice H. Stans -John N. Mitchell -Clifford M. Hardin -Romney -John A. Volpe -Romney -Volpe -Stans -Under Secretary’s wife -Invitations -Blacks -Cabinet, Under Secretaries, White House staff -Blacks
-65NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-3 (cont’d) -Under Secretaries -Samuel L. Jackson -Robert J. Brown -Price -Klein -Finch -Donald H. Rumsfeld -Jackson The President’s schedule -Congressional relations -Social affairs -Effect -Meetings with the President’s supporters -Senate Finance Committee -Effect -FAP -Cabinet dinner -Haldeman Press relations -Ziegler -The President’s meeting with Ehrlichman -Duration -Domestic programs Ehrlichman left at 1:54 pm.
Conversation No. 824-4 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:54 pm and 2:04 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Manolo Sanchez.
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-66NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 824-4 (cont’d) [Begin segment reviewed under deed of gift] Lunch [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
Sanchez left at an unknown time before 2:04 pm.
Conversation No. 824-5 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:54 pm and 2:04 pm Location: Oval Office Alexander P. Butterfield met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Meeting with Robert H. Finch -Staff -Timing -Reception for 1972 election supporters -Hand-shaking -Public statement -Public address [PA] system -Alfred Wong -Cabinet dinner -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -William P. Rogers Butterfield and Bull left at an unknown time before 2:04 pm.
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Conversation No. 824-8 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:54 pm and 2:04 pm Location: Oval Office Alexander P. Butterfield met with Stephen B. Bull.
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Butterfield and Bull left at an unknown time before 2:04 pm.
Conversation No. 824-6 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:54 pm and 2:04 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Manolo Sanchez. The President's schedule -Reception for 1972 election supporters Delivery of an unknown item -Residence Sanchez left at an unknown time before 2:04 pm.
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Conversation No. 824-9 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:54 pm and 2:04 pm Location: Oval Office Manolo Sanchez met with an unknown person
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The President’s schedule Sanchez and the unknown person left at an unknown time before 2:04 pm.
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Conversation No. 824-7 Date: December 15, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:54 pm and 2:04 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with an unknown man.
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The President's schedule The unknown man left at an unknown time before 2:04 pm.
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